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Chronology of the Luttrells of Ireland
from the 13th to 19th century

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GEOFFREY LUTTRELL
b.           d. 1216
m. Frethesant Paynell 
(dau. of William Paynell) 
of England

CHILDREN OF GEOFFREY 
AND FRETHESANT

1. Andrew of Lincolnshire and 
Somerset, England

His only son is said to have succeded
 to his English estates, and in connection
 with his Irish property a daughter, 
who was given by the King in marriage
 to Philip Marc, is mentioned as his heir,
 but he purchased in Ireland shortly 
before his death the marriage of the 
second daughter of Hugh de Tuit, 
whose hand he probably conferred 
on some male representative of his 
family  in this country." (3)

More about Geoffrey in Ireland

1204 - sent to Ireland by King John,
of England,  

1210 - accompanied King John to Ireland
as Paymaster of the King's Fleet

1215 - knighted by King John, sent on 
an embassy to Pope
Purchased property at Cratelach 
in Thomond
ROBERT LUTTRELL
b.        d. 
An ecclesiastic, in 1228 was Treasurer (Canon) of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
1235 - 1246 - King's Chancellor of Ireland
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MICHAEL LUTTRELL
b.     d.
abt. 1295 had property near Lucan, co. of Dublin, at or near "Luttrellstown" (1)
. . .a ford near Lucan (3)
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SIMON LUTTRELL (I)
b.     d.
1349 - land and a mill at Salmon Leap near St. Wolstan's released to Simon Luttrell amongst others - witnessed by Sir Elias de Ashbourne  (3)
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JOHN LUTTRELL
b.    d.    m.

CHILDREN OF JOHN

__________Luttrell (dau.) m. __________Plunkett
&
ROBERT LUTTRELL
b.    d. 1437  Luttrellstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland
m.
"dealing with" property at Salmon Leap previously owned by Simon Luttrell (I) 1349
Inherited property, including Kindlestown, County Wicklow, from Sir Elias de Ashbourne (witness at Salmon Leap property for Simon Luttrell (I), 1349)
Employed by the Crown as Collector of the Subsidy for Castleknock similar to Sheriff/Bailiff?

CHILDREN OF ROBERT
(only child mentioned by 3)

CHRISTOPHER LUTTRELL
b.     d. 1454  Luttrellstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland

CHILDREN OF CHRISTPHER
(only child mentioned by 3)

THOMAS LUTTRELL
b.  1435  d.     Luttrellstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland
m. Ellen Bellew (dau. of Philip Bellew)

In 1486 is Sheriff of County Dublin

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND ELLEN

________Luttrell (dau.) m. Nicholas Travers
&
RICHARD LUTTRELL
b.      d.      Luttrellstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland
m. Margaret FitzLyon

CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND MARGARET

________Luttrell (dau.) m. Sir Patrick Barnewall
Catherine Luttrell (dau.) m. (1) Nicholas Barnewall
                                  m. (2) Sir John Plunkett - Chief                                     Justice of the Queen's Bench
Robert Luttrell, Archdeacon of Meath, unmarried
Simon Luttrell (II), merchant, alderman of Dublin, 
m. ____Bathe     WILL 1540 (6)    SHERIFF 1532?
Thomas Luttrell, SEE BELOW
SIR THOMAS LUTTRELL
b.      d. 1554  Luttrellstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland
m. (1) Anne Alymer
m. (2) Elizabeth Bathe

CHILDREN OF SIR THOMAS

Richard Luttrell, d. bef. 1554, 1 dau. mentioned in Sir  Thomas WILL
James Luttrell, d. 1554/7 Will (3, 5), m. ____Sarsfield (dau. of Sir William Sarsfield of Lucan) 1 son who d. bef 1560
Simon Luttrell (III)b. bef. 1554  d. 1597  m. (1) __Gaydon  m. (2) Elizabeth Finglas  
succeded to Luttrellstown abt 1560    Had SEVERAL children    SEE BELOW
John Luttrell, b. bef. 1554  d. 1620;  Lived Killeigh, buried Clonsilla
Walter Luttrell, b. bef. 1554  d.    matriculated 1572 Oxford Univ
Robert Luttrell, b. bef. 1554    d.     liv Tankardstown, Co. Meath    SEE BELOW
ROBERT LUTTRELL
(2nd son of Sir Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown)
b. bef. 1554
m. Elizabeth Rochfort

​CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND ELIZABETH

RICHARD LUTTRELL
b.    d. 1633 Tankardstown
WILL, Dublin 1634 
(per Index of Prerog. Wills of IR)

m. Anne Cusack

CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND ANNE

Oliver
(attainted, properties confiscated 1642)
James
 (some show this James as the
 Immigrant to America)
Jane
Mary

SIMON LUTTRELL (III)
(son of Sir Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown)
b. bef. 1554   d. 1597 WILL (Index of Prerog...)
m. (1) _____Gaydon    m. (2) Elizabeth Finglas
inherited Luttrellstown abt 1560
1566 entered Lincoln's Inn as student
HAD SEVERAL CHILDREN, including
Eldest son THOMAS LUTTRELL,   SEE BELOW
NICHOLAS LUTTRELL  d. 1610  Will (3, 6)
_________LUTTRELL (dau.) m. Nicholas FitzSimons of Baldoyle

THOMAS LUTTRELL, M. P.
(son of Simon Luttrell (III) of Luttrellstown)
b.    d. Nov 1634  buried Clonsilla
m. (1) Eleanor Cheevers (dau. of John Cheevers)
m. (2) Alison _________
(dau. of Nicholas ____, 21st Baron of Howth)

CHILDREN OF THOMAS LUTTRELL
SIMON LUTTRELL (IV) (eldest son) 
b. 1600 d. abt 1650
inherited Luttrellstown SEE BELOW
STEPHEN LUTTRELL 
b.  d. 1663 Will (5)
JOHN LUTTRELL
THOMAS LUTTRELL
settled at Co. Westmeath
SEE AT RIGHT
&
A NUMBER OF DAUGHTERS
1 dau. m. William Fitzwilliam
1 dau. m. Walter Goulding

Younger children of Thomas (other than Simon who inherited Luttrellstown) inh great store of silver and gold


SIMON LUTTRELL (IV)
(son of Thomas Luttrell, M. P. of Luttrellstown)
b. 1600  d. abt 1650
m. Mary ________________(dau. of Jenico, 
5th Viscount Gormanston)
appt. "Gentleman of the Bedchamber to Charles II"
Member Irish Parliament 1643, Borough of Navan
1646 - still living at Luttrellstown
Left "SEVERAL CHILDREN"
including
Eldest son, THOMAS LUTTRELL, SEE BELOW
and, some say
(ROBERT LUTTRELL, immigrant to America)
Notes (right column)  2 Robert Luttrells 
attainted 1642 & 1691

THOMAS LUTTRELL
(son of Simon Luttrell (IV) of Luttrellstown)
b.    d. 1673
Inherited Luttrellstown
Mentioned by name in the "Act of Settlement" restoring Luttrellstown to him in 1663

CHILDREN OF THOMAS LUTTRELL

SIMON LUTTRELL (V) (eldest son) SEE AT LEFT
HENRY LUTTRELL - SEE BELOW
THOMAS  LUTTRELL 
?  LUTTRELL 
some say unnamed child is
Robert Luttrell, immigrant to America
STEPHEN LUTTRELL
possessing property in Coolbanagher
about 1627

THOMAS LUTTRELL
(son of Thomas Luttrell, M. P.)
b. bef. 1634  d. 1673  WILL (6)
Luttrell, Thomas - Ranoghern, co. Westmeath, esq.
...only surviving son of Thomas Luttrell in 1663 (at Restoration of Luttrellstown to the Luttrells)
Settled in Co. Westmeath (3)
COL. SIMON LUTTRELL (V)
(son of Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown)
b.    d. 1698 (abroad)
m. Catherine Newcomen 
(dau. of Sir Thomas Newcomen)
She was "brought up Protestant"

Appt. Governor of Dublin, by James II abt 1689
Appt. Lord Lieutenant of Co. Dublin, M. P.
possibly in France during Battle of Boyne, but in Ireland during Siege of Limerick

1691 - Left Ireland after Treaty of Limerick to 
serve with James II in France
Luttrellstown confiscated
COL. HENRY LUTTRELL
(son of Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown)
b.    d.  Oct. 1717
m. Elizabeth Jones (dau. of Charles Jones)

Col. in James II Army in France and Ireland

suspected of treason at Battle of Limerick
Openly joined with King William after Treaty of Limerick
Succeded to Luttrellstown after 
confiscation from Col. Simon, his brother
Professed to be Roman Catholic 1699, but
apparently died a Protestant
Sons educated in England as Protestants
Assasinated Oct. 1717 probably by a Jacobite
It is said that at the time of the Irish Rebellion in 1798, the grave of Colonel Henry Luttell in Clonsilla Churchyard was opened and his skull smashed.

CHILDREN OF HENRY AND ELIZABETH

ROBERT LUTTRELL, the eldest, died in 1727 while traveling abroad
SIMON LUTTRELL (VI)succeded to Luttrellstown
SEE BELOW

SIMON LUTTRELL (VI)
(son of Col. Henry Luttrell of Luttrellstown)
b. 1713   d.  1787
m. Judith Maria Lawes (sole heiress of Sir Nicholas Lawes, Governor of Jamaica)
Not long after his marriage, which brought additional wealth, including property in Jamaica. Lived at Four Oaks in Warwickshire, England, 1774 - 1778
Was created Baron Irnham (of Ireland) in 1768 and Earl of  Carhampton in 1785
In 1774 he was returned to Parliament together with no less than three of his sons.
His dau. Anne, married (2nd) Duke of Cumberland, bro. to King George III
Resumed residence at Luttrellstown late in life.

CHILDREN OF SIMON (VI) AND JUDITH

HENRY LAWES LUTTRELL 2nd Earl of Carhampton 
SEE BELOW
JOHN LUTTRELL-OLMIUS,  3RD Earl of Carhampton 
d. 1829 - Title became extinct
2 daughters - 2 sons (died young)
ANNE LUTTRELL (m. Henry Frederick, Duke of Cumberland, brother of George III)
ELIZABETH LUTTRELL - 
imprisoned for gambling debts and pickpocketing -
poisoned herself after being condemned to clean the streets chained to a wheelbarrow.
TEMPLE (SIMON) LUTTRELL, M. P. 
d. 1803 in Paris
Supporter of the colonists in America, 
in opposition to King George III and Lord North.
CAPT. JAMES LUTTRELL - b. 1751  d. 1788
Capt. in Royal Navy and M. P.
"the best of that strange family" . . .King George III 
LUCY LUTTRELL (m. Capt. Moriaty)
led a quiet life


HENRY LAWES LUTTRELL
(son of Simon (VI) Luttrell of Luttrellstown)
b. 1743  d. 1821
Adjutant General of Ireland
The part taken by Col. Henry Luttrell's grandson, in suppressing the (Irish) Rebellion of 1798, occasioned a fresh outbreak of hostility against the family.  The Colonel's grave was opened and his skull smashed.
2nd Earl of Carhampton
M. P. for Bossiney in 1768
Owned an estate in West Indies
Sold Luttrellstown soon after Rebellion of 1798.  Moved to Painshill in Surrey, England.


HENRY  LUTTRELL
(son of Henry Lawes Luttrell and ? - Henry's mother apparently never acquired Henry's surname)
b. 1765  d. 1851
Member of Irish Parliament 1798
Introduced to London society by the Duchess of Devonshire
Gained notoriety as a conversationalist and diner-out.
Wrote "Letters to Julia in Rhyme" 1822 (which was praised by Lord Byron) and "Letters of a Dandy to a Dolly".
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Unless otherwise referenced (1)(2), etc. all information in black text is from (3).  All information in red text is either comment by the webmaster or general, unreferenced material.
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Roman Numerals associated with each Simon Luttrell are for ease of identification here only

Center and left column shows Luttrells of Luttrellstown

Collateral or unattached Luttrells (who are referenced in 3, 5, 6, 7 or 8) are shown in left and right column - except where noted.
Geoffrey, Robert, Michael and Simon Luttrell (I)
are very probably closely related but these relationships are presently unproven
The Luttrell line starting with John (below) through Henry Luttrell (d. 1851) is established in (3)
Simon Luttrell, Sheriff of Dublin , 1532 (8)
Simon Luttrell (II), son of Richard?

John Luttrell, Sheriff of Dublin, 1563 & 1567 (8)  son of Simon (above)?

Adam Luttrell, Sheriff of Dublin, 1571 (8)
bro. of John, son of Simon (above)?
Nicholas Luttrell
b.    d. 1567/68
Clonsilla, Co. Dublin, gent. (3, 6)
Cousin of Sir Thomas Luttrell, lived in house of considerable size near Luttrellstown, had numerous family (3)
then, obviously (?), this is a son of 
Simon Luttrell (II)

Simon Lutterell
b.   d. 1577 WILL (6)
Russardstown, Co. Dublin
Another son of Simon (II)?
or are 3 "Lutterell" spellings of wills in 1577, 1587 & 1604 significant?
James Lutterell
b.   d. 1587 Will (5)
Tupperbyer

Robert Luttrell
d. 1594/95 Will (6)
Dublin, Baker

John Lutterell
b.   d. 1604 Will (6)
Dublin, Stabler or sabeller
John Luttrell (8)
b.  d.
Combe & Newroe, Liberty of Donore
2 Hearths, 1664 Co. Dublin 

Patrick Luttrell (8)
b.   d.
Finglas, Co. Dublin 1664, 1 Hearth

Richard Luttrell (8)
b.   d.
Tybrodane, Cravagh, Co. Dublin 1664, 1 Hearth
Michaell Litterell, gent. (7)
1659, County of Meath, Barony of Ratouth, Parish of Rathregan, Poorestowne

Nicholas Luttrell, gent. (7)
1659, County of Dublin, Barony of Neithercross, Parish of Finglass, Finglas 

James Luttrell
d. 1660 Dublin, barber surgeon (5)
Thomas Luttrell (9)
b.    d.
m. Alice Warren 1671 (5)
Children of Thomas & Alice
William Luttrell, of Belgard
b.   d. 1730 (9)  Will 1732 (6)
Thomas Luttrell, merchant, Dublin
b.   d. 1757 Will (6)
Mary Luttrell  b.  d. 1736 (9)
m. Thomas Fitzwilliam
Anne Luttrell
m. ____Talbot of Malahide (9)

William Lutterell
m. Mary Ennos (English?) 1639 (5)

William Lutterell
b.   d. 1676 Dublin, Baker  Will (5)
 William Luttrell
b.  d. 1676 Schoolhouse-lane, gent. (6)
William Lutterell  b.  d. 1686
Schoolhouse-lane, gentleman (5)

Mary Luttrell (alias English), Corn Markett, widow, 1687 Will (5)
possible missing generation between
James, son of Richard and
James the Immigrant to America
possibly
JAMES LUTTRELL
b.   d. 1660 Dublin, barber surgeon  (5)
Patrick Lutterell
b.   d.
m. Isabella Addison, 1734 (5)
John Luttrill
b.   d. 1748  Will (5)
George's-Quay, gabbardman
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Richard Luttrell
b.    d. 1619  bur. Clonsilla
m. ____FitzRery (dau. of Richard F.)
occupied castle on the lands of Spricklestown (belonging to FitzRery) (3)
One of Simon Luttrell's (III) "several children" ?
Rose Luttrell (d/o Richard Luttrell)
b.   d.
m. 1536 Reginald Talbot (s/o Robert Talbot), of Belgard castle, co. Dublin
from (3) Part III 
Patrick Luttrell
b.    d.
1697, Curate, Parish of St. Audeon
per 1697 Clergy List
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Attainted (properties confiscated) 1642
Oliver Luttrell of Tankardstown, Co.  Meath. 
(son of Richard d. 1633? in left column)
Robert Luttrell of Girston
(Is this the Immigrant to America?)

Attainted (properties confiscated) 1691
(per historian John D'Alton)
Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown
Robert Luttrell of Simonstown, Co. Kildare, 
(Is this the Robert Luttrell, immigrant to America?)
William Luttrell of Dublin, Junior
Col. Simon Luttrell (V) of Luttrellstown
The following is per the Glenna Deal Manuscript - no documentation of his parentage
JAMES LUTTRELL,
 b. ca. 1650, Ireland
transported to Virginia as servant, 1671/2;
transported to Maryland as servant 19 Mar 1677
(Probable ancestor to many 
American Luttrells/Littrells)